A2 nabs bigger share of Australian supermarkets, opens Sydney facility

Tue, 28 Aug 2012

By Paul McBeth Aug. 28 (BusinessDesk) - A2 Corp, the milk company carrying out a strategic review of its business, has boosted its share of fresh milk sales in Australian supermarkets and opened a new Sydney facility to cope with growing demand across the Tasman. The company has built its Australian market share to 6 percent by value of fresh milk sales, a gain of more than 45 percent over the past 12 months, chief executive Geoffrey Babidge said in a statement. The Sydney plant will process up to 60 million litres of fresh milk a year, usin...

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